You should read MalVeaux's post here: (post #7)
It is quite hard to make a 'final list' because some headphones sound great with some recordings and other headphones with other recordings. Even if we are talking about classical music only.
As some examples, I find most Telarc recordings to sound great through 'bright' headphones, but for some Chesky recordings I often prefer a less bright headphone. To my likings, Mahler benefits from upfront mids, then I prefer DT880 or Takstar Hi-2050 over DT990 for his music. On the other hand, DT990 sound simply amazing with the sound of cellos thanks to their detailed and textured mids and also benefits of their better separation and soundstage for most well recorded piano and violin concertos.